Mike Glennon, Quarterback, Chicago Bears
Mercifully for fans of the Chicago Bears, the Mike Glennon era ended after Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season, when he put up yet another abominable performance against the hated Green Bay Packers. Then again, in reality, the Glennon era in Chicago was over before it even started, considering the Bears drafted Glennon’s replacement — Mitchell Trubisky — just weeks after signing Glennon. Despite bringing Glennon in on a three-year, $45 million deal, Chicago can cut Glennon after the season is over, and save over $11 million against the salary cap for 2018. There’s almost no chance that Chicago won’t do that, allowing Glennon to go somewhere else and fulfill his NFL destiny as a journeyman backup quarterback (and that’s a best case scenario).